Industry News: 23rd May 2020 Turkish Airlines has extended the suspension of its domestic flights until June 4 due to coronavirus (Covid-19) with international flights scheduled to resume on June 10. According to a statement issued by the company, the suspension of domestic and international flights will be extended due to the pandemic. It had previously given a deadline of May 28, 2020. The airline has a fleet of 350 aircraft serving 300 international destinations. Currently, the Republic of Turkey’s Prime Ministry Privatization Administration owns a 49.12 per cent interest in THY, while 50.88 per cent of shares are publicly traded. Turkish Airlines claims to have one of the best Business Class products in the world, , flies just about everywhere, offers several unique amenities, and promises bargain prices. It is part of the Star Alliance is the world’s largest airline community, consisting of 26 members from leading companies in the global aviation sector. It has said that in response to the pandemic, cabin baggage will now be placed in the hold, with luggage allowances increased by 8kg.